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Sending best wishes to Ederney St Joseph’s ahead of Sunday’s Fermanagh SFC final clash with Derrygonnelly Harps are, back, from left: Lughaidh Donnelly, Sean Donnelly (chairman) and Eoghan Donnelly;
Front, from left, are Martin Monaghan, Dessie Cassidy, Gerry Mc Laughlin, Eamon McMenamin and Martin Gallogley
Neil Loughran

CRAOBH RUA, CAMLOCHA: After winning their way to this weekend’s Armagh Junior Hurling Championship final, the club is taking bookings for its 'virtual supporters’ bus', and seats (£10 per individual £20 per family) are being booked at a rapid rate.

"Individuals and their families from home and abroad are booking their seats through our Klubfunder account, Craobh Rua Facebook page or by contacting any coiste member,” said club chairperson Labhras Ó Brolacháin ahead of the final clash with Killeavy.

“We also have special guests and local musicians sending us video messages, music and songs so, as they say, the craic is 90."

Club secretary Pat McGinn added: "We are a small club with a big heart.

“Getting to this year’s county final is a great boost to our club and the local community, which we are proud to be rooted in. It has given a great lift to everyone, particularly during these challenging times. We are grateful to everyone for their support.”

Once supporters have booked, they should feel free to send a video clip, photo or message which will be posted on the club’s social media.

ST JOHN’S, DRUMNAQUOILE: Sunday is national walking day and, although our walking group is paused at present, we will be going out for an extra walk at the weekend. As many as possible are asked to make a special effort to get out for a dander as well.

If you can, send a couple of photos of your walk to Kevin McGlynn at kevin.mcglynn62@gmail

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